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About Estacada's Clackamas County news. (Estacada, Or.) 1957-1976 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1958)
Notes by the
(By John J. Inskeep, County
Discussion of integration re
ceived a major share of attention
during the recent State Fasm Bu
reau meeting at Salem.
Dr. U. E. Korzan, Oregon
savings to everyone concerned.
I Ninety five percent of the U S.
latter, the Broiler industry is integrated.Dr.
grower is furnished, seed, fertil Korzan pointed to a recent sur
izer, and possibly some capital. vey in Oregon which indicated
F eldmen tell him what variety near total integration in the
to grow, by furnishing the seed, broiler industry here
when to plant and how to fertil It was clearly admitted by ev
ize and when to deliver the crop eryone involved in this meeting
when there is a choice. The items that the individual gives up a
mentioned above are charged to j measure of operational freedom
grower. The charged amount is in return for more security in the
deducted from returns at the end process of integration.
of the season.
Almist all who have followed
By contracting and controlling the movement believe that more
planting time the processor has and more integration, both verti-
been able to extend the length ot [ t.ai an(i horizontal, is on the way
his plant operation resulting in The big question-who will do the
tegrated for years."
Clackamas County News
Estacada, Oregon, Friday, Nov. 28, 1958
State College explained, “Horizon
tal integration refers to simple
expansion—adding more acres or
units. Vertical integartion in
cludes additional steps of control
along the line from producer to
“Nor is vertical integration new
in agriculture. Here ,in Oregon
we have seen it in the dairy in
dustry in broiler production. All
vegetable seeds are raised under
duction has been pretty well in-
Extra C A S H
THE CLACKAMAS COUNTY NtWS
Is Today Announcing
A HEW C A M P A I G N
in which it will give e prize of
10-or# i n
TO THE CANDIDATE TURNING IN THE MOST POINTS
ON NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS BY NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT
IT M cans
This $10.00 CASH CAMPAIGN is a NEW CAMPAIGN, and only
those candidates who are working for the prizes and cash commis
sions are eligible. Candidates can win this $10.00 cash prize and at
the some time with the same subscriptions get votes for the other
Prizes. Subscriptions will count points for (he $10.00 cash prize be
sides counting votes for the bicycle prizes at the regular establish
ed vote schedule. See schedule ofpoints below. Milk Shake bonus
given on all new subscriptions.
W 1TTT'* Ï W "
All NEW subscriptions secured
and banded in between Thursday
morning, November 27, and Satur
day night.November 29 will count
points toward the $10 cash prize
YEAR .... _ ....... 10 POINTS
of Poi nts
All NEW subscriptions secured
and handed in between Monday
morning, December 1, and Wed
nesday night, December 3, will
count points toward the $10.00
cash prize, as follows:
must be so severe that it prevents
you from doing any type ot sub
stantial gainful work and also be
of indefinite duration.
Q: My earnings have dropped
off. I would like to freeze my
social security account so that
when 1 reach 65 the lower earn
ings wili not lower my monthly
average on the basis of which I
understand my social
benefits will be calculated.
A: Your social security may
be frozen only if you become per
manently and totally disabled,
meaning that our condition is so
severe that it prevents you from
doing any type of substantial
work and be of an indefinite dur
Q I will be forced to retire
from my job on my 65fh birthday.
Hew can I be sure to get my so
cial security check next month?
A: There is no way to be ab
solutely sure but you con do a
number of things to help speed
up the processing of your claim.
You should contract your local
months before you retire and
bring proof of your age and the
amount of your earnings this
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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS
w. J. ANDERSON....................
Editor and Publish a
Published weekly on Fridays at Estacada, Clackamas County,
Oregon. Entered in the postoflice at Estacada, Oregon, as sec-
and class matter. Subscription rates in Clackamas County one
year $3.00; outside the County and in the State of Oregon one
year $4.00; outside the State of Oregon, one year $4 50. Sub
scriptions payable in advance
Eagle Creek ................................................... Mrs. Margaret Ross
Mrs. Nellie Currln
........................................................... ilrs. Raj- Gordi i
Mrs. Lafaye Fouls
, . .................................... . . .
Mrs. Joe Wiederhold
Mrs. A nne Justice
Clackamas County may be the
scene of a substantial increase in
I corn acreage this coming season,
j This was a general topic for con-
[ versation during the recent Corn
....The first consideration a wise man
| Show held at the fairgrounds in
fixeth upon is the great end of his
There are several reasons for
J this projected increase. The first
creation; what it is, and wherein it
stems from disappointing yields
of spring grains—barley and oats
consists; the next is of the most prop
during the past two seasons.De
creased barley yields are due
er means to that end.
' mostly to infections of a new vi
rus which hit this erea and heav-
I ily, during the 1957 season as we
This virus—yellow dwarf— is TB CHRISTMAS SEALS
carried over in perennial grasses
HAVE BEEN SENT OUT d
found along our roadsides and
fence rows.The disease is spread
Many helping hands
G resham , Oregon
by aphids which migrate from long hours to assemble the 25 < Phone M Ohawk 5-3794
the grasses to barley fields as thousand Christmas seal letters
soon as warmer temperatures that went sent to the people of j B Day and N ight Service - A Local Institution
Clackamas county this week by ; Zj
The only known method ot the Tuberculosis and Health As
control consists of early planting sociation.
which enables the barley plants
For 32 communities—from Bar-
to reach a good stage of growth low to Zizzag—the letters were il
before infection occurs. This is stufed
not possible every year and on were done by Camp Fire Girls, |
heavier soils. The future of the others by high school students
local barley production is dim at and many were done by members
of the Woman's club and other
Oats likewise has been subject groups. All workers were interest
to increased disease occurance.
in giving community service to
To make a long story short.com ed
the TB association’s annual sale
is becoming a more dependable of
seals to finance
consistently next Christmas
At this Thanksgiving Season we deem it fitting
year’s educational program
higher yields. Spring barley and against
oats do pretty well if they yield diseases.
to extend our thanks and appreciation to the
a ton to the acre. Com, properly
grown, will double this yield per the volunteers talked to the mer
hundreds of people in this community and else-'
acre and 3 ton yields or more ry little children shown on the
are not exceptional.
where who call this bank - - OUR BANK.
boy in the green cap
Several factors are responsible seal—the
jacket and the girl in the red
for making com a good Clacka 'and
and coat—sending Christmas
mas County crop. Pre-emergence cap
Greetings to all people every-
We thank you for the steadfast loyalty you
weed sprays enable the grower to where.The
plant three weeks to a month ear as tools of chalk
have had for this bank over the nearly 50 years
lier, about April 20th.This means are symbols of the TB associa
earlier maturity and earlier har tion’s campaign to learn the facts
of its existence.
vest before fall rains. Hybrid va
nities are tailored to local needs. about
In the Christmas seal letter
The number of artifeial driers Mrs.
Edward Blinkhorn, presi
We thank you for your confidence in our offic U
has been increased. Heavy use of dent, J. stresses
of the local
fertilizers insures facts when she one
writes of the 21 ;
ers and directors.
Corn raising requires special were attacked by the germ last
ized and expensive equipment. year. These people were new cas- ;
Many growers have been reluc
We thank you for your belief in the future of
reported for the first time—
tant to get into the game for this es
reason. But local com is of ex Five of the first of these 21 per
cellent quality and greatly in de sons, according to the annual re
mand by poultrymen and live port enclosed with the letter
WITH THANKS, we wish to assure you that
stock feeders. We could Increase were discovered through x-rays
production many times
before in moderately advanced or far
we will make every effort in the future as we
we fill local needs.
advanced stages of disease— dif
have in the past, to continue to give you all the
ficult to cure, or no cure. Some
were discovered too late
YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY
the attributes and service of this home-owned,
TB is still a serious problem,
By Elizabeth Wiley
Q: I have worked for several
home-maneged, independent b a n k ---- YOUR
years, but last February I injur- of every three persons has live
ed my back quite severely and
did not return to work until one means 300.000 Oregonians are in
week ago. I can work now but fected and it is estimated 6,000
shouldn’t I freeze my social sec will develop active TB within
urity account for the period
I their lifetime.
Mrs. Blinkhorn asks that con-j
A: Your social security ac- tributions to the campaign be
count may be frozen only if you sent to the associations's new of-
become permanently and totally j fice in the McIntyre building,6th
and Main streets, Oregon City.
(Carroll JJiuirral liante
We are Thankful
Golf Balls Have Dimples!
Serving Eastern Clackamas County Since 1911
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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Ca mpa i
\n y candidate who is now working in the subscription drive is
eligible to work for the $10.00 cash prize for new subscriptions.
One of the active candidates will win this prize in addition to the
other prizes or cash commission they are guaranteed in the op
ening rules. The winner of this special cash prize will be announc
ed, and the $10 bill will be «warded at the rlose of the campaign,
in case of ■ tic for the $10.00 prize, identical awards will be made
to the tieing candidates.
This Saturday marks the end of the first week of the subscrip
tion and prize campaign. Just two more weeks to win the prizes
«•ach Candida,>e started out to capture. The campaign is expected
to really get underway this weekend, and each Candidate is urged
to do his or her very best from here on out.
C andidates are cautioned to rightly mark their subscriptions
NEW or OI.D.Rc sure to come to the campaign office real often
so that we ran answer any questions you have about the campaign.
Out-of- town candidates needing information are asked to call the
campaign manager at The News office, phone ( R 9-3241. Open
until 6 p.m. daily.
A Rur/on L. Denton Subscription Campaign
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Phone MO 5-2186